New from LaserLyte: Trigger Tyme Training Pistol

If you’ve witnessed — or been involved in — in a retail ammo-buying scuffle recently you know how hard it can be to keep your heaters well fed these days. I’m having zero luck finding pistol food around these parts. My only option is my favorite LGS where they’ll only sell ammo to be used on their range. An then, only 100 rounds at a time in any one caliber. What’s a gunny to do? LaserLyte thinks their new Teutonic-looking Trigger Tyme LT-TT training pistol (in soothing, non-threatinging fake gun blue) is just the thing for these ammo-scarce times in which we live. Its 5.5lb pull is made to work along with with their LT-PRO (pictured in muzzle above) laser shooty thingy. Press release after the jump . . .

Cottonwood, AZ - LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, introduce their first plastic training handgun for safe, realistic training anywhere; the Trigger Tyme Pistol LT-TT. Used in conjunction with the LaserLyte® LT-PRO, the Trigger Tyme Pistol is perfect for all ages and experience levels. Approximately the size of a GLOCK 23, the Trigger Tyme Pistol is weighted and balanced to give the realistic “feel” of most semi-auto pistols. The approximate simulated 5.5 lb. trigger pull has a take up and break action like the real thing but the Trigger Tyme Pistol cannot accept or be fired with any ammunition.

Simply insert the LaserLyte® LT-PRO in the muzzle and the sound activated switch will indicate the impact of the laser dot on any of the LaserLyte® Trainer Targets; the TLB-1 or the new Reaction Tyme Target TLB-RT. The Trigger Tyme Pistol with the LT-PRO can be used to practicing drawing and reholstering from traditional or concealed carry holsters and allows the user to practice and gain confidence in sight pictures, trigger control, accuracy and more.

The LaserLyte® Trigger Tyme Pistol LT-TT lets users train anywhere, anytime, perfecting their shooting skills without having to leave the comfort of one’s own home or spending countless dollars on training ammunition. For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com.